Welcome to our DUI Online Registration!

Credit/Debit Card Payment ONLY - Visa and Mastercard

Enrollees must register for the DUI program in the county where they live, work, or attend school - Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter Counties Only - unless written permission from a licensed DUI Program on its own letterhead can be provided.  If this exception is desired, please come into our offices to register in person as online registration is unavailable for out of county registrations.

Please be advised that you are just beginning the registration process. You will need to contact our office during regular business hours to schedule your class and evaluation appointments and complete the registration process. If you have not contacted this office within five (5) days of your payment, you will be contacted to be assigned an evaluation appointment and class schedule. Before your evaluation appointment, you will need the following documents. If you have questions about obtaining these documents, our enrollment staff will be happy to assist you at the numbers below.

Citrus County Lake County Marion County Sumter County Hernando County
(352) 726-8862 (352) 343-4008 (352) 622-6991 (352) 568-0737 (352) 540-9005

  • Copy of traffic ticket/citation
  • Readable Copy of Arrest Report/Probable Cause report which should include breathalyzer or urine test results.  This can be obtained at the Clerk of the Court in your County or by the arresting agency. If you have an attorney, they also will probably have a copy.
  • Court Information (notice of hearing, etc.)
  • If already sentenced, a copy of the probation order or written plea
  • Each student is expected to provide a copy of their Lifetime Florida Driving Record. If you have been licensed in another State(s), a lifetime driving record from that State(s) must be obtained or official documentation for that State(s) indicating your attempt to acquire the required driving record (driving records obtained via the internet are not acceptable).

The use of alcohol and/or controlled substances prior to and/or during class or evaluation is not permitted. A breath test may be administered prior to each class and the evaluation. If positive, you must pay the entire fee again and attend all components again, as per DHSMV Rules. It is advisable not to use mouthwash or take any medications (Nyquil, cough syrup) prior to attending the classes or evaluation.

After you have scheduled your class and DUI evaluation and appointment, West Central Florida Driver Improvement, Inc will send you a copy of your Evaluation/Class Assignment Receipt and the DUI Program Rules and Regulations form. If you cannot make the assigned class or evaluation, you must reschedule at least 5 days prior to the assigned class/evaluation or pay a re-scheduling fee.

The Level I DUI course is for first time offenders who have never had a previous alcohol or drug related traffic charge or arrest or attended a DUI course at any location at any time in your entire lifetime. If false or misleading information is given concerning previous alcohol or drug related charges/arrests, convictions or previous attendance to a DUI program, West Central Florida Driver Improvement, Inc reserves the right to charge the full Level II DUI Program fee in addition to any fees paid and the Level II DUI course will be required.

The Level II DUI course is for persons who have previously attended a Level I DUI course at any location at any time in your entire lifetime or have been charged/convicted two or more times of an offense requiring DUI school attendance.

Change From Level I to Level II DUI Program
All offenders registering for the State of Florida's licensed DUI Program are required to adhere to requirements set for in Florida's Administrative Code (FAC) 15A-10 and Florida Statutes. The Judicial requirements for DUI Program completion may be different from requirements set forth in FAC 15A-10 to satisfy “administrative” sanctions for driver license reinstatement. Therefore, it is vitally important you review the following information.
  1. The offender is responsible for providing accurate information needed to determine the appropriate program (Level I for first offender or Level II for multiple offender) to register in and complete.
  2. Registration in the appropriate program will likely expedite satisfactory completion of all requirements (judicial and/or administrative) in a timely manner.
  3. Failure to provide accurate information at the time of initial DUI registration may result in cancellation of any driver license reinstatement, if applicable.
  4. Identification of additional DUI Program attendance requirements, after the initial Level I registration date, will result in immediate notification to DHSMV and the Level I DUI Program registration will no longer be valid. FEES FOR LEVEL I ENROLLMENT ARE NOT REFUNDABLE!
  5. The offender must then enroll in the Level II (multiple offender) DUI Program at full fee in order to satisfy DUI Program Requirements.

The above information is being shared with offenders to help prevent added expense in order to comply with DUI Program attendance/completion requirements. However, the offender’s failure to provide accurate information upon registration could impede this process and be more costly.
By continuing with this enrollment, I acknowledge that I have read and understand the importance of providing accurate information during DUI Program registration. I agree to cooperate with WCFDI to ensure appropriate DUI Program attendance/completion information is reviewed. I understand that my failure to provide all necessary information for registration will result in payment of the full fee to enroll in the Level II DUI Program and absolutely No Refund of the initial Level I registration will be provided.

Failure to complete all or part of the program (class and evaluation attendance) within 90 days of payment (enrollment) will result in notification to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles of failure to complete and forfeiture of all fees paid.

Please be advised that information regarding drug and alcohol patient records is protected by Federal Confidentiality Rules (42 CFR Part 2). The Federal rules prohibit West Central Florida Driver Improvement, Inc from making any further disclosure of this information unless further disclosure is expressly permitted by the written consent of the person to whom it pertains or as otherwise permitted by 42 CFR Part 2. A general authorization for the release of medical or other information is NOT sufficient for this purpose. The Federal rules restrict any use of the information to criminally investigate or prosecute any alcohol or drug abuse patient.

Level I registration fee is $280.00 and Level II registration fee is $425.00. These fees include a Florida state assessment fee, Driver Risk Inventory testing fee, breath testing fee and online processing fee. The full fee is due on the final page of this registration. Payment of fees is acknowledgement and agreement to the program rules and regulations. All fees payable to West Central Florida Driver Improvement, Inc are non-refundable, even if you are found not guilty of the DUI and your administrative suspension is invalidated.

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